Human Cooperation Lab
What is the ambitious goal of this VIP?
In this VIP students gain hands-on experience applying insights from cooperation theory and case study in anthropology to helping solve an environmental issue in our community.
In this VIP students gain hands-on experience applying insights from cooperation theory and case study in anthropology to helping solve an environmental issue in our community. Participate in a National Science Foundation sponsored project examining the effects of climate change on human, biotic and abiotic systems. Explain cooperation theory and articulate how it relates to environmental outcomes. Gain familiarity with the design and implementation of an applied research project.
Methodologies and/or Technologies used to achieve project goals:
- Coding and coding software
- Participant/study observations
- Quantitative Research Methods
Majors and Interests Needed
Preferred course preparation: English 102
- Biological Sciences
- Criminal Justice
- Environmental Studies
- Family Studies
- Global Studies
- Political Science
- Psychological Sciences
- Urban Studies & Community Development
VIP Coach Information
Dr. John P. Ziker is a full professor in the Department of Anthropology.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; Hemingway Building, Room 52; (208) 426-2121
Full semester course.
Choose to enroll in 1 or 2 credits in VIP 200, VIP 400, or VIP 500
Team meetings: Mondays 9:30 a.m. to 10:20 a.m.
This VIP course is eligible for the Service Learning designation.
Want to join the team?
For more information about this project and to request a permission number to register contact Dr. Ziker at email@example.com OR complete this interest form and someone will contact you. Check out this page for tips on contacting a professor.
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